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'I really like it a lot when people correct me, especially [in terms of] the language, which I've never studied' is an English equivalent of 'Mi piace tantissimo quando mi correggono, specialmente la lingua, la quale non ho mai studiato'.

The personal pronoun 'mi' means 'me'. The indicative present 'piace' means '[it] is pleasing to'. The superlative adverb 'tantissimo' means 'really a lot, so very much'. The conjunction 'quando' means 'when'. The indicative present 'correggono' means '[they] are correcting, correct, do correct'. The adverb 'specialmente' means 'especially'. The feminine singular definite article 'la' means 'the'. The feminine singular noun 'lingua' means 'language'. The singular relative pronoun 'quale' means 'which'. The adverb 'non' means 'not'. The indicative perfect 'ho studiato' means '[I] have studied'. The adverb 'mai'means 'ever'.

All together, they're pronounced 'mee PYAH-tcheh tahn-TEES-see-moh KWAHN-doh mee kohr-REHG-goh-noh SPEH-tchyahl-MEHN-teh lah LEEN-gwah lah KWAH-leh noh-noh meye* stoo-DYAH-toh'.

*The sound 'eye' is similar to the sound in the English noun 'eye'.

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